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Orrick team’s best shot good enough for 5th in Area 6

Rabbit Tracks: What me worry?

1.  I am a survivor.  I have managed to live through a number of Doomsdays. 2.  I wasn’t worried about the “fiscal cliff” because Congress and the President weren’t worried. …

Pat’s Pantry: Healthy Eating

As I’m flipping through my healthy-eating cookbooks, I have run across many recipes that look pretty good. Try this “dressed up” version of baked beans. – Pat Ranch beans 1…

It pays to advertise, for history’s sake, too

By Linda Emley I have an old wooden trunk that I use to store my collection of local treasures. This past summer I decided to bring my treasure chest to…

‘I remember’: At 86, James Hill recalls his Richmond childhood

By James Hill, Special to the Richmond News Editor’s note: James Hill lives 45 miles northeast of Dallas, Texas, his home since 1956. After 57 years in a place where…

Jo’s Jottings: Holidays were busy time for families to gather, enjoy celebrations

By Jo Ellen Dale Susan and Bruce Adams hosted the family Christmas party at their home.  Those present were Jamie and Jeremy McGinnis and kids,  Lindsey, Kassie and Kaden, Tina…

Extension holds beef producers’ meeting Jan. 29 in Higginsville

By Patrick Davis Livestock Specialist University of Missouri – Extension and MFA Inc. are working together to conduct a Winter Beef Cattle Producers Meeting which will focus on strategies and…

Noted Richmond photographer forever linked to museum building

By Linda Emley The Ray County Museum has 17 original Orval Hixon photographs that are signed by the man himself. These pictures are valuable because of each is a work…

Photographer’s life in Richmond included some good advice on advertising

By Linda Emley (Editor’s Note: This is the second part of a three-part series Linda Emley’s providing on photographer Orvil Hixon. The first two sections – the first story was…

By Linda Emley (Editor’s note: Linda is running this previously published story to set the stage for her upcoming The Rest of the Story.) In Weston, there’s a shop called…